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Curalate is a company that provides an analytics and marketing suite for sales optimization. It offers a discovery-driven e-commerce platform that enables brands and agencies to measure, monitor, and grow brand engagement on visual social media platforms. The company provides off-site services, such as Showroom and Like2Buy, on-site services, including Fanreel and Reveal, as well as tools and workflow solutions.
HQPhiladelphia, US
Employee Ratings3.5
Culture scoreD-

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Employees (est.) (May 2020)113(-2%)
Job Openings2

Key People/Management at Curalate

Apu Gupta

Apu Gupta

Nick Shiftan

Nick Shiftan

Mike Cook

Mike Cook

Director of Engineering
Clark Roberts

Clark Roberts

VP, Engineering
Trisha Noel

Trisha Noel

Director of Talent Acquisition
Leo Strupczewski

Leo Strupczewski

Director, Marketing
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Curalate Office Locations

Curalate has offices in Philadelphia, New York, Seattle and London
Philadelphia, US (HQ)
1628 John F Kennedy Blvd
New York, US
129 W 29th St 8th floor
Seattle, US
500 Union St #950
London, GB
16 Great Chapel St, Soho
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Curalate Financials and Metrics

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Curalate total Funding

$39.9 m

Curalate latest funding size

$27.50 m

Time since last funding

4 years ago

Curalate investors

Curalate's latest funding round in February 2016 was reported to be $27.5 m. In total, Curalate has raised $39.9 m. Curalate's latest valuation is reported to be $168.1 m.
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Curalate Operating Metrics

Sep, 2019


1 k

Monthly Active Platform Consumers

100 m

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Curalate Online and Social Media Presence

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Curalate Blogs

Why PDPs as Ecommerce Landing Pages Are Broken Experiences

Let’s be honest, online shopping has its perks – you can browse stilettos from the convenience of your sofa in your softest pair of pajamas. As convenient and seamless as navigating the web is, it’s not so easy to be inspired if you’re looking for something new. Think about it: you’re in a mall and …

What’s the ROI of Influencer Marketing? Here’s How To Calculate It

Influencer marketing is big business. In fact, brands are expected to spend up to $15 billion paying influencers to endorse their brands and products on social media by 2022. It’s easy to see why: 84% of marketers say it’s effective, and consumers say the same. In a 2019 survey we did with 2,000 con…

How Ecommerce Brands Are Shifting Social Media Strategies Amidst COVID-19

The world feels a lot different than it did just a week and a half ago—before social distancing became something we all felt as much as we said it. Interestingly enough, one of the places we’re all feeling that change the most is our Instagram feeds. While brands have spent a ton of time over […] Th…

Improve Your Brand’s Ecommerce Shopping Experience By Stealing These Strategies From Instagram

A great shopping experience can be difficult to define, but you know it when you see it. And one of the brands providing consumers with the best shopping experience right now? Instagram. The social network has evolved from a photo-sharing app to a straight-up shopping destination. You could argue, o…

How to Find, Friend, and Feature Micro-Influencers in Your Marketing

When brands want someone to endorse their product, they often turn to celebrities. After all, a given Internet celebrity may have millions of social followers, so the numbers make sense: A single social post could have significant reach. But when the goal is driving revenue from your marketing, a st…

Inside How Louis Vuitton is Setting the Social Commerce Standard for Luxury Brands

When luxury brands hear social commerce, their immediate reactions are usually to avoid user-generated content in their Instagram feed. There’s a lot more to social commerce than that, though, and Louis Vuitton has embraced some of the not-so-obvious aspects of it. For this pioneer brand, social com…
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Curalate Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Curalate founded?

    Curalate was founded in 2011.

  • Who are Curalate key executives?

    Curalate's key executives are Apu Gupta, Nick Shiftan and Mike Cook.

  • How many employees does Curalate have?

    Curalate has 113 employees.

  • Who are Curalate competitors?

    Competitors of Curalate include Olapic, Monetate and Leal.

  • Where is Curalate headquarters?

    Curalate headquarters is located at 1628 John F Kennedy Blvd, Philadelphia.

  • Where are Curalate offices?

    Curalate has offices in Philadelphia, New York, Seattle and London.

  • How many offices does Curalate have?

    Curalate has 4 offices.